Registration IS Required
All new players will need to sign up and wait for an invite. This also applies to past players who have not played in over 2 years.
How to Join
Please do not attend until you receive your invitation and confirmed your attendance date.
As the club can get extremely busy, the club has adopted a waiting list system to help ensure the number of players are kept to manageable levels.
New players will be issued an invitation to play once we are able to accept more new players.
The waiting time is largely dependent on how busy the club has been and how many people are waiting.
You can get an indication of the waiting time on our Waiting List page.
Players who have become inactive for more than two years will need to register again as a new player.
Please email us and we’ll confirm what action you need to take.
Invites are only valid for the person they are issued to. Your friend(s) will need to register and wait for an invitation if they wish to play.
However, spectators are welcome if you wish to bring a friend along for that purpose.
Due to the way the club operates, the club (at this point in time) is only suitable for beginners with at least some basic badminton skills.
See our Player Standards page to get an idea of what the club’s standards are.
Young players (with at least some basic badminton skills) are encouraged to participate. However, for safety reasons, all players must be at least 14 years of age.
The majority of our players are adults. Young players who wish to only play with players their own age may find the club unsuitable for their needs. Prospective players are welcome to come down and observe a session to assess whether the club is suitable for them.
If you are from overseas/interstate and staying for a short period of time in Perth, please include your dates of stay in your registration.
We will attempt to fast track you in before you leave Perth if possible.